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Revenue tax vs. minimum revenue tax
Elena

Created on: 13/02/2012
Last post: 04/02/2013

Replies: 4
Hope all is fine with you.
I am a bit confused with respect to corporate tax at 12.5% and minimum revenue tax of 4%, in connection therewith could you please confirm / correct my understanding:
(1) All companies pay 12.5% corporate tax + 4% on the share / nominal capital.
(2) If the company, foundation, trust qualifies for PVS - it pays only CHF 1200 (which is effectively 4% of 30 000) and that's it, no other tax is due.
(3) 4% in Liechtenstein now is
(a) a rate for interest on equity deduction
(b) a coupon tax rate withheld at source till Dec 2012
(c) minimum revenue tax rate on equity?

Thank you & best regards,
Elena

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domiciliary companies in lichtenstein
Anonymous

Created on: 02/08/2011
Last post: 18/08/2011

Replies: 1
U said that only 0.1% is the tax but for what?If I invoice 1mil eur in a fiscal year I will pay only 1000 eur tax for example?(audit activities does not involve buying of something and afterwards selling,so that the tax in the case of audit involves the whole amount to be taxed).Is it possible to build an audit company for UE only with the headquarters in Liechtenstein and to operate with it all across Europe?For example when I withdraw the money from the company bankaccount do one need to justify what did he do with them(invoices or fiscal letter to justify every penny?)Thanks.

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Trinidad and tobago
Anonymous

Created on: 01/03/2010
Last post: 11/06/2010

Replies: 1
If I am a Trinidad National and move money to Liechtenstein does Trinidad government have any agreement re disclosure at a reduced rate such as LDF facility for UK residents?

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Taxes
ML

Created on: 21/05/2010
Last post: 26/05/2010

Replies: 2
If I move money from the USA to your country, is there any way I will have to pay tax, to either country? I am a British subject; live in the USA and have permanent status there. Thank you. ML

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